Skype for Linux
Please make a Skype for Linux 32 bit version available and functional again.
If Skype can work on Windows 32 bit then certainly it can work on Linux too.
Also, if Skype Web can work on 32 bit so can it work with a Direct Client.
The Web Client is not sufficient, uses more memory and CPU. Also the Web Client remains in Beta with its less than full capabilities.
Sherif Ali Ahmad commented
Flatpak is a distribution-agnostic packaging mechanism in Linux. There's already a Flatpak'ed Skype in FlatHub.
Support Flatpak officially and distribute it through FlatHub. You can contact maintainers at FlatHub.
Skype for Linux restricts the minimum window height allowed. This means that I cannot end a call on my notebook machine without first moving the top of the window off the screen.
Enrico Nekrad Weigelt commented
The application crashes immediately if it can't access DRI devices. There are many reasons for it not being accessible (on purpose!) for the application, eg. security restrictions.
Skype is completely unusable in installations where DRI is not permitted to such untrusted code. IOW: cannot be used in security critical environments.
Piotr Plenik commented
Skype version 126.96.36.199
still use legacy Gnome tray icon.